Our Top 4 Accountants Blogs of 2017

Put the New Year on pause.

Have you stocked up on party hats, confetti, and champagne for your New Year’s celebration? Before you ring in 2018, take a look back at how the accounting world changed in 2017.

Join us as we count down our top four blogs of 2017.

Blog 1: 3 Twisted Tales from a World Without Accountants

What happens when accountants aren’t around to oversee investments and financial risks? We asked this question in a speculative story, “3 Twisted Tales from a World Without Accountants.”

This blog celebrated Halloween, but it also showed the impact accounting professionals make every day. Without you, our infrastructure would hover dangerously close to the brink of collapse.

Blog 2: 5 Blogs to Bolster Your Accounting Career

Extra knowledge never hurts. That’s why we share important accounting topics from many perspectives and sources.

“5 Blogs to Bolster Your Accounting Career” will help you:

  • Give tax advice to Uber and Lyft drivers
  • Learn more about tax payments from the marijuana industry
  • Optimize your busy season
  • Attract clients
  • See how proximity to an IRS office affects audits

Blog 3: Bean Bags Won’t Impress Millennial Accountants

Millennials make up the largest portion of the current U.S. work force,1 but they’re unfairly called lazy, self-entitled, and disloyal. You should move past these negative stereotypes, because this generation brings fresh ideas and energy to the accounting world.

This blog shares key points for attracting and retaining millennial accountants.

Blog 4: 3 Volunteering Opportunities for Accounting Wizards

If you so choose, your accounting background will help you trot the globe and make a difference.

“3 Volunteer Opportunities for Accounting Wizards” will show you how to:

  • Aid the American Red Cross
  • Mentor college students
  • Travel the world to help others

2018 Awaits

We look forward to celebrating another year, and we wish you the best! We’ll see you in 2018.

This article is for informational purposes only.

CITATIONS

1Reynolds, Brie. “FlexJobs Survey: Millennials More Interested in Travel, Work Flexibility Than Gen X, Baby Boomers.” FlexJobs. 30 September 2016. Web. 27 November 2017.

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